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PARISH OF KILMACOLM 



ROLL OF S. 

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This Roll is issued by the War Memorial Committee. It has 
been prepared by the Rev. James Murray, with the invaluable 
assistance of Mr W. L. Walker. It has proved a task of considerable 
trouble and difficulty, and, notwithstanding all the care taken, it may 
well be that errors and omissions may yet be discovered. If a note 
of these is sent to the compiler the necessary alterations will be made 
in the official copies to be publicly preserved. 

It should be explained that it does not profess to cover the whole 
parish. It was found impossible to obtain a complete list of the 
Clune Brae district, in the neighbourhood of Port Glasgow, and, 
accordingly, it was thought better to omit it altogether. Moreover 
it includes the names of some formerly resident in the parish, who 
feel that they still belong to it, and desire on this occasion to claim 
their citizenship. 

The Roll contains 438 names, of which no fewer than yj are in 
the list of the honoured dead. 

The sketch of the Memorial Cross has been reproduced from 
a drawing by the architect, Mr James Austin Laird. 



Digitized by the Internet Archive 
in 2013 



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LEADING DATES IN THE WAR. 

1914 Aug. 4. Declaration of War. 
Retreat from Mons begins. 
Battle of the Marne. 
Naval Victory at Falkland Islands. 
First German raid on England. 

191 5 Jan. 24. Naval Victory at Dogger Bank. 
Capture of Neuve Chapelle. 
Allied Troops land at Gallipoli. 
Lusitania torpedoed and sunk. 
Italy enters the War. 
Conquest of S.W. Africa completed. 
Allies land at Salonika. 
Sir Douglas Haig, Commander-in-Chief. 

1916 Jan. 8. Evacuation of Gallipoli. 
Oct. 24. Battle of Verdun. 
Surrender to Turks at Kut. 
Conscription Act passed. 
Naval Battle off Jutland. 
Franco-British Advance at Somme. 
Lloyd George becomes Prime Minister. 

191 7 Mar. 11. Bagdad taken by British. 
Bapaume taken by British. 
Peronne taken by British. 
United States enter the War. 
Battle of Arras — Vimy Ridge taken. 
Messines Ridge taken. 
British advance in Ypres area. 
British capture Beersheba. 
British take Passchendale Ridoe. 
British take Gaza. 
British enter Jaffa. 
British success before Cambrai. 
German counter-attack at Cambrai. 

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May 


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July 


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July 


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German East Africa subdued. 
Capture of Jerusalem. 
Capture of Jericho. 

Bapaume and Peronne recaptured by Germans. 
Arras and Armentieres recaptured by Germans. 
Foch appointed Commander-in-Chief. 
Germans take Bailleul. 
Zeebruge and Ostend Naval raid. 
Kemmel Hill captured by Germans. 
Soissons taken by Germans. 
Fighting between the Aisne and the Marne. 
British Advance begins. 
Soissons re-taken. 
German retreat across the Marne. 
Morville taken. 
Albert taken. 
Bapaume taken. 
Capture of Kemmel Hill. 
Peronne taken. 
Capture of Acre. 
Bulgarian Surrender. 

Hindenburg line broken in front of Cambrai. 
British enter Damascus. 
Cambrai, Le Cateau, and Roncroy taken. 
Lille, Ostend, Bruges occupied. 
British occupy Aleppo. 
Austria sues for peace. 
Valenciennes taken. 
Abdication of Kaiser. 
British in Mons, "Cease Fire" at 11 a.m. 
German Fleet surrendered to British. 
British Troops enter Cologne. 
Peace Conference meets at Versailles. 
Conditions of Peace signed. 
Peace Celebration in Kilmacolm. 
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In Grateful and Cooing Remembrance 

OF 

KILMACOLM'S BRAVE SONS 

Who fell gloriously in the Great War, 1 914- 1 918 



1914 

J. Wilfred Graham, 2nd Lieutenant, 3rd Highland Light 
Infantry, attached to Cameron Highlanders, reported 
"wounded and missing," 22nd December, aged 19, 
eldest son of W. E. A. Graham, Crofthill. 

W. E. Maitland, 2nd Lieutenant, 3rd Seaforth Highlanders, 
attached to Black Watch, died of wounds- received in 
action, 24th December, aged 25, son of George Maitland 
Duncrag. 

Christopher Kelleher, Seaman, H.M.S. Pathfinder, sunk by 
enemy off St Abb's Head, 5th September, aged 20, 
nephew of Mrs Sommerville, Market Place. 

1915 

\t Archibald Duff, Private, 1st Seaforth Highlanders, died in 
Hospital of wounds received while attending to the 
wounded on the battlefield, 30th March, aged 18, son of 
Archibald Duff, Mathernock Farm. 

Henry S. Davidson, 2nd Lieutenant, 3rd Highland Light 
Infantry, killed in France, 18th May, aged 19, son of 
William Davidson, Windyhill. 



James W. Maclay, 2nd Lieutenant, 7th Scottish Rifles, 
killed in action at Dardanelles, 28th June, aged 18, son 
of William P. Maclay, Eastwood. 

William S. Maclay, 2nd Lieutenant; 8th Scottish Rifles, 
died of wounds received in action at Dardanelles, 28th 
June, aged 19, son of Sir Joseph Maclay, Bart., Duchal. 

Robert M. Pattison, Lieutenant, 8th Scottish Rifles, 
"missing-" since action at Dardanelles, 28th June, aged 
25, son of James Pattison, Drimnamona. 

Andrew Currie, Driver, Royal Field Artillery, killed in action 
in France, 21st June, aged 23, son of Jean Currie, 
Burnside Terrace. 

Thomas K. Alexander, Private, Seaforth Highlanders, 
killed in action, June, aged , in employment of Mr 
Ewing, baker. 

William Turner, Private, Royal Navy Division, killed in 
action early in year, aged 24, employee of Post Office. 

William Maxwell, Lance-Corporal, 6th Argyll and Suther- 
land Highlanders, died in hospital of wounds received in 
action in France, 10th July, aged 27, brother of Mrs John 
Davidson, Glencairn Place. 

J. L. Rowan, Lieutenant, 5th Argyll and Sutherland High- 
landers, killed in action at Dardanelles, 12th July, aged 25, 
son of John Rowan, The Croft. 

Andrew J. Dickson, Lieutenant, Royal Navy Reserve, 
H.M.S. India, sunk by enemy in North Sea, 8th August, 
aged 25, formerly at Edgehill. 



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Andrew Strachan, Private, King's Own Scottish Borderers, 
killed in action, 25th September, aged , son of John 
Strachan, Auchindores. 

Patrick Quin, Sergeant- Major, Black Watch, killed in action 
in France this year, employee of Post Office. 

James Keenan, Private, Scots Guards, died of wounds 
received in action, aged 24, son of James Keenan, 
gardener, Finlaystone. 

Gilbert A. Ramsay, 6th Highland Light Infantry, killed at 
Gallipoli, 1 2 th August, aged 30, son of the late Bailie 
Ramsay, Greenock. 



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Archibald M'Neil, 2nd Lieutenant, Argyll and Sutherland 
Highlanders, killed in action, 26th March, aged 20, son 
of A. Harvie M'Neil, Auchenhalrig. 

John M'Arthur, Private, Royal Scottish Fusiliers, killed in 
action, 14th May, aged 20, son of Archibald M'Arthur, 
Woodend. 

James Sands, Private, Seaforth Highlanders, killed in action 
in France, 1st July, aged 21, son of Mrs M'Cormack, 
Carseknowe. 

William Lochhead, Private, 15th Highland Light Infantry, 
killed at battle of the Somme, 2nd July, aged 32, leaving 
widow and children, son of Mrs John Lochhead, Chalet. 

James Gibb Stuart, Private, Highland Light Infantry, killed 
in action, July, aged 20, son of W. Gibb Stuart, Mossgiel. 



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Duncan MacGregor, Private, 9th Highland Light Infantry, 
killed in action in France, 21st August, aged 19, a student 
at Glasgow University, son of late James MacGregor, 
estate overseer, Duchal. 

Arthur Lang, Lieutenant, 6th Argyll and Sutherland High- 
landers, killed in action, 29th August, aged 24, M.A. 
(Hon.), Glasgow, Hon. Exhibitioner, New College, 
Oxford, son of Robert Lang, Cowglen, late of Fairfield, 
Kilmacolm. 

Donald Macdonald, Private, Cameron Highlanders, killed in 
action, 3rd September, aged 24, son of Mrs Macdonald, 
Overton Terrace. 

Richard H. Fergie, Private, 28th Canadians, killed in action, 
15th September, aged 24, son of David Fergie, The Mill. 

Alexander H. Woodrow, Private, Argyll and Sutherland 
Highlanders, killed in action in France, 12th October, 
aged 36, son of late Peter Woodrow, Westfield. 

C. Gordon Scott, 2nd Lieutenant, Argyll and Sutherland 
Highlanders, killed in action, 29th October, aged 19, son 
of Charles F. Scott, Ingledene. 

William S. Neville, 2nd Lieutenant, Royal Garrison 
Artillery, " wounded and missing " 26th September, aged 
26, son of John Neville, Ellersleigh. 

Andrew C. Laird, 2nd Lieutenant, Black Watch and Royal 
Air Force, killed in action, 22nd November, aged 22, 
son of John Laird, late at Meadowside. 



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John M. Mowat, 2nd Lieutenant, North Staffordshires and 
Royal Air Force, killed at Cramlington, the result of an 
aeroplane accident, 5th January, aged 20, son of J. G. 
Mowat, Branxton. 

William F. Hendry, Private, Black Watch, killed in action, 
i'9th February, aged 23, son of James Hendry, Norval 
Place. 

J. W. Brown, Captain, Royal Scots, Military Cross, killed 
in action, 21st March, aged 24, son of J. W. Brown, 
Clairedowan. 

John Elliot, Private, Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders, 
killed in France, 10th April, aged 21, son of William 
Elliot, Rosebank Terrace. 

William S. Donald, Private, Canadians, killed in action, 
1 2th April, aged 30, husband of Jeanie Burns, Park Cottage. 

Walter Naismith, Private, Argyll and Sutherland High- 
landers, killed in action, 23rd April, aged , leaving 
widow, resident St James's Terrace. 

Donald Campbell, Private, Cameron Highlanders, killed in 
action, 23rd April, aged 35, son of Donald Campbell, 
Rosebank Terrace. 

Angus Campbell, Lance-Corporal', Argyll and Sutherland 
Highlanders, killed in action, 13th May, aged 36, son 
of Donald Campbell, Rosebank Terrace. 

John M. M'Kee, Private, Cameron Highlanders, killed in 
action, 6th May, aged 21, son of late John M'Kee, 
Rosebank Terrace. 



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John Carson, Private, 2nd Scottish Rifles, killed in action, 
5th May, aged 28, leaving widow and children, Burn- 
side Terrace. 

Michael Callan, Gunner, Royal Garrison Artillery, killed in 
action, 5th June, aged 29, leaving widow and children, 
Rosebank Terrace. 

John Laird, Gunner, Royal Field Artillery, died of wounds 
received in action, 16th July, son of late Robert Laird, 
Greenside. 

William White, Private, Cameron Highlanders, killed in 
action this year, gamekeeper, Harelaw. 

Samuel Brown, Sergeant, 16th Canadians, killed in action, 
1 6th August, aged 34, son of Mrs Brown, Low Shells. 

Malcolm Fletcher, 2nd Lieutenant, Highland Light Infantty, 
died of wounds received in action, 8th September, aged 
25, son of John D. Fletcher, Strathmore. 

Campbell Davidson, Private, Argyll and Sutherland High- 
landers, died of illness caught in trenches, 28th September, 
aged 29, leaving widow, Burnside Place. 

Duncan A. Black, Private, New Zealand Force, killed in 
action, 19th October, brother of Mrs Archibald Campbell, 
Kilmory. 

Herbert J. Weir, Lieutenant, Ayrshire Yeomanry, died of 
wounds received in action in Palestine, 9th November, 
aged 31, son of A. C. Weir, Bellard. 

James W. Allison, Sapper, Royal Engineers, died of 
wounds in Sandwich Military Hospital, 22nd November, 
aged 21, son of Mrs Allison, Englewood. 



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Robert M'Kee, Private, 5th Highland Light Infantry, died 
of wounds received in action in Palestine, 25th November, 
aged 33, leaving widow and children, Burnside Terrace. 

William M'Kee, Private, Highland Light Infantry, killed 
in action, November, aged 21, son of William M'Kee, 
Rosebank Terrace. 

George D. Greenlees, 2nd Lieutenant, Black Watch, killed 
in action in Palestine, 1st December, aged 23, son of 
John Greenlees, St Vincent. 

Dunlop Crawford, 2nd Lieutenant, Royal Engineers, 
accidentally killed in service in East Africa, 10th 
December, aged 28, son of Mrs Crawford, late of 
Rowallan. 

Alec. Macpherson, Private, Cameron Highlanders, died a 
prisoner of war in Germany in 191 7, aged 19. 



1918 

James Fyfe Holmes, Lieutenant, 9th Scottish Rifles, Military 
Cross, "missing" since 21st March, aged 23, son of 
J. Fyfe Holmes, Pyrmont. 

Thomas Whitla, Corporal, Royal Garrison Artillery, killed 
in action, 21st March, aged 37, leaving widow and 
children, Park Cottage. 

Charles Sommerville, Private, Seaforth Highlanders, killed 
in action, 21st March, aged 19, son of John Sommerville, 
Burnside Terrace. 




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John H. G. Tuckwell, 2nd Lieutenant, Argyll and Suther- 
land Highlanders, "missing" near Lebucquiere, France, 
23rd March, son of John M. Tuckwell, Rhuarden. 

John Oswald Farquhar, Lieutenant, Queen's Own Yeomanry, 
attached to Essex Regiment, killed in action, 24th March, 
aged 21, only son of William R. Farquhar, Moss-syde. 

Ebenezer Maclay, Captain, Scots Guards, shot by snipers, 
11th April, aged 27, eldest son of Sir Joseph Maclay, 
Bart., Duchal. 

J. G. Dewar Brown, Lieutenant, Seaforth Highlanders, 
taken prisoner and died of wounds in hospital, Welvelghem, 
17th April, aged 18, son of William D. Brown, Old Hall. 

Rev. William Black, M.A., Captain, Chaplain to the Forces, 
died at Boulogne Military Hospital, 10th July, aged 27, 
Assistant in Kilmacolm Parish Church. 

William Laird, Transport Service, Argyll and Sutherland 
Highlanders, died in Aire Hospital in France, 16th July, 
aged 29, son of late John Laird, Townhead. 

Thomas Stewart, Private, Gordon Highlanders, killed in 
action on the Marne, 23rd July, aged 19, son of Thomas 
Stewart, Rosebank Terrace. 

Dugald Gillespie, Private, Highland Light Infantry, Military 
Medal, killed in action, 22nd August, aged 25, son of 
Mrs Gillespie, Burnside Terrace. 

Alexander C. Macrae, Private, Civil Service Rifles, killed 
in action, 25th August, aged 25, son of late Alex. Macrae, 
teacher, Public School. 












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Thomas Ritchie, Sergeant, Royal Garrison Artillery, killed 
in action, 7th September, aged 29, son of James Ritchie, 
Stewart Place. 

George Robb, Gunner, Royal Navy, torpedoed and drowned, 
16th September, aged 23, son of William Robb, Rosebank 
Terrace. 

Alexander Young, Seaman, torpedoed in S.S. Lavernock, 
17th September, leaving widow and children, Meadowbank. 

Alexander Lindsay Sheridan, Private, Highland Light 
Infantry, killed in action, 29th September, aged 22, son 
of Joseph Sheridan, Lyle Buildings. 

Peter Miller, Private, 9th Highland Light Infantry, "missing" 
since 29th September, aged 22, son of John Miller, 
Burnhouse. 

Alec. Macnab, 2nd Lieutenant, Royal Field Artillery, died 
of wounds, 24th October, aged 20, son of John Macnab, 
St Fillans. 

Robert J. Stoddart, Private, Canadians, killed in action, 
4th November, aged 27, son of James Stoddart, Victoria 
Nursery. 

James Lockie, Private, Queen's Own Yeomanry, killed in 
action in 1918, employee of Mr Blackwood. 

Arthur Wilson, Private, Royal Field Artillery, killed in 
action, 19 18, son of Alex. Wilson, Glenmill. 

Thomas Nisbet, Lance-Corporal, Highland Light Infantry, 
"missing" from 14th April 191 8, Carlton Place. 



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ROLL OF SERVICE 

FROM KILMACOLM PARISH 



Abercrombie, R. H., Glenburn PI. 
Adams, David R., Estcourt 
Adams, Hamish, Estcourt 
Adamson, Robert, Lyle Buildings 
Agnew, Edward, Burnside Ter. 
Alexander, Thos. K., Baker 
Allison, Jas. W., Englewood 

Allison, John, Englewood 
Allison, Hugh, Englewood 
Anderson, R. N., The Hague 
Anderson, James, Rosebank Ter. 
Andrew, John, Church Place 
Andrew, Alex., Church Place 
Armour, J. Sinclair, Craigmarloch 
Armour, Robert S., Craigmarloch 
Atchley, Chas. A., Oldlands 
Auchterlonie, A. C, West Bank 
Auld, William, Larchmont 



Private, R.A.M.C. 
Captain, R.A.M.C. 
Lieutenant, R.F.A. 
Private, A. & S.H. 
Private, A. & S.H. 
Private, S.H., killed June 191 5. 
Sapper, R.E., died of wounds, 
November 191 7 

Sergeant, H.L.I., wounded 

Royal Navy 

Lieutenant, R.A.F. 

Driver, R.A.S.C., wounded 

Private, H.L.I., wounded 

Private, L.S., wounded 

Captain, S.R. 

Private, N.Z. 

Major, R.E. 

Lieutenant, R.M. 

Lieut. -Colonel, H.L.I., O.B.E. 



Bain, John, Burndale Terrace 

Barr, John C, West Rountreehill 

Benson, David, Grocer 

Birkmyre, John, Shalott 

Birkmyre, Henry, Shalott 

Birkmyre, Henry, Llanvair 

Black, Rev. William, Assistant, 
Parish Church 



Private, G.H. 

Private, R.A.S.C, M.T. 

Driver, R.F.A. 

Captain, R.G.A. 

Lieutenant, R.F.A., wounded 

Major, R.G.A. , Croix de Guerre 

C.F., Capt., Lond. Scot., died at 
Boulogne Hosp., July 10, 191 8 



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Black, Duncan A., Kilmory 
Blair, John, Mayora 
Bone, Hugh R., Chauffeur 
Bone, Robert, Chauffeur. 
Borland, James, Rosebank Ter. 
Bow, William S., Pinehurst 
Boyle, John, Burnside Terrace 
Boyle, Patrick, Hope Place 
Boyle, William, Police 
Bremner, R. H., Annfield 
Brown, J. W., Clairedowan 
Brown, Allan, Clairedowan 
Brown, James, late Allanbank 
Brown, J. G. Dewar, Old Hall 

Brown, Andrew, Ardgowan Place 
Brown, Hugh, Miltonlea/ 
Brown, Samuel, Low Shells 
Brunton, George, Laird's Land 
Buntain, John, Pomillan 
Buchanan, William, Guy's Land 
Buchanan, Hugh, Market Place 
Buntain, John, Guy's Land 
Buntain, William, Guy's Land 
Buntain, James, Guy's Land 
Buntain, Robert, Guy's Land 
Burnet, Frank R., Earlston 
Burns, John, Park Cottage 
Burns, William, joiner 
Burnside, William M., Houghton 



Private, N.Z., killed, Oct. 191 7 

Lieutenant, R.F.A., wounded 

R.A.F. 

Driver, R.A.S.C. 

Private, R.A.S.C. 

Captain, S.R. 

Private, A. & S.H. 

Private, R.A.S.C. 

Private, R.M. 

Captain, R.F.A. 

Captain, R.S., killed, March 19 17 

Lieutenant, S.R. 

Aust. 

Lieutenant, S.H., died a prisoner, 
April 1 91 8 

Private, R.A.S.C, M.T. 

Private, R.S.F. 

Sergeant, Can., killed, Aug. 191 7 

Private, R.G.A. 

Private, N.Z. 

Private, Can. 

Private, H.L.I. 

Private, Can., Military Medal 

Private, R.F.A. 

Private, R.H., wounded 

Private, A. & S.H. 

Major, R.G.A. 

Private, R.F., wounded 

Private, S.H. 

Lieutenant, R.A.F. 



Caldwell, William, Ardgowan PI. 
Callan, Michael, Rosebank Ter. 
Callan, John, Rosebank Terrace 
Cameron, James, Old Hall 



Private, R.E. 

Private, R.G.A., killed, June 191 7 
Private, H.L.I., wounded 
Private, C.H., wounded 



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Cameron, John, Old Hall 
Campbell, William, Glenburn PI. 
Campbell, Hugh, Glenburn Place 
Campbell, John H., Octavia Bldgs. 
Campbell, Peter G., Octavia Bldgs. 
Campbell, Angus, Rosebank Ter. 

Campbell, Donald, Rosebank Ter. 
Campbell, Arch., Norval Place 
Cant, John, The Hague 

Cargill, William A., Carruth 
Carruth, John, Kirkton 
Carruthers, James, Octavia Bldgs. 
Carruthers, John, Octavia Bldgs. 
Carson, David S., St Oswald's 
Carson, John F., St Oswald's 
Carson, John, Burnside Terrace 
Carson, William, Bellview 
Caullay, John, Low Shells 
Caullay, Robert, Low Shells 
Caullay, John, Low Shells 
Caullay, Malcolm, Low Shells 
Coats, John G., Killeen 
Collins, Hugh B., Auchinbothie 
Collins, Edward, Auchinbothie 
Coltart, M. J., Selma 
Connor, Charles, Railway Cottages 
Connor, John, Railway Cottages 
Connor, Edward, Railway Cottages 
Conochie, Hamish, Mistylaw 
Conochie, Norman, Mistylaw 
Conochie, Kenneth, Mistylaw 
Conway, James, The Firs 
Cooper, George, Finlaystone 



Private, C.H., wounded 

Piper, R.S.F. 

Private, R.A.F. 

Private, H.L.I., wounded 

Piper, H.L.I, and R.S., wounded 

Lance-Corp., A. & S.H., killed 

May 1 91 7 
Private, C.H., killed April 1917 
Private, N.Z. 

Lieutenant, R.N.V.R., H.M.S. 
Pactolus 

Lieutenant, R.E., wounded 

Sergeant Observer, R.A.F. 

Private, R.E. 

Trooper, L. & B.H. 

Lieut. -Colonel, S.R., O.B.E. 

Staff-Paymaster, R.N.D. 

Private, S.R., killed May 191 7 

Private, R.A.S.C, M.T. 

Staff-Sergeant, R.E. 

Private, R.S.F. , wounded 

Private, R.A.F. 

Private, A. & S.H. 

Major, H.L.I. 

Major, R.E. 

Lieutenant, 16th Lancers 

Lieutenant, H.L.I. 

Private, R.F.A. 

Private, M.G.C. 

Private, S.H., prisoner 

Sergeant, Aust., wounded 

Captain, N.F. 

Lieutenant, H.L.I., wounded 

Private, A. & S.H. 

Private, R.S.F., wounded 



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Coxhill, A. O., Glencairn Place 
Craigie, Kenneth B., Sherwood 
Crawford, John, Burnside 
Crawford, Robert, Burnside 
Crawford, James P., Burnside 
Crawford, A. P., Scott's Land 
Crawford, Donald, Scott's Land 
Crawford, Campbell, Chapel 
Crawford, Dunlop, Rowallan 
Cummings, George, Overton Farm 
Cunningham, James, Gas Works 
Cunningham, Gordon, Gas Works 
Cunningham, Henry, Gas Works 
Currie, Andrew, Burnside Ter. 
Currie, Andrew, Guy's Land 
Currie, James, Burnside Terrace 
Currie, A. J., Norval Place 
Cuthbertson, J. H., Springfield 

Darroch, Robert, Darmead 
Davidson, Hamish R., Windyhill 
Davidson, W. Cameron, Windyhill 
Davidson, Henry S., Windyhill 

Davidson, John, Glencairn Place 
Davidson, William, Pyrmont 
Davidson, Campbell, Burnside PI. 

Davis, Frank, Auchinbothie 
Dickenson, George, Golf Club 
Dickie, J. G., Parkhill 
Dickson, J. M., Edgehill 
Dickson, A. J., Edgehill 

Dickson, D. M., Edgehill 



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Private, R.F.A. 

Captain, S.R., wounded at Gaza 

Sergeant- Major, Q.O.Y. 

Private, S.R. 

Lieutenant, R.A.F. 

Private, S.H., wounded 

Private, S.R. 

Private, R.F.A. 

Lieutenant, R.E., killed Dec, 19 17 

Private, R.F.A. 

Sergeant, C.H. 

Private, H.L.I., wounded 

Private, H.L.I., wounded 

Private, R.F.A., killed June 191 5 

Private, R.M.E. 

Private, R.A.S.C. 

Private, R.F.A. 

Private, R.A.M.C., wounded 

Flight-Sergeant, R.A.F. 
Captain and Adjutant, R.A.S.C. 
Captain, S.R. 
Lieutenant, H.L.I., killed May 

1915 
Corporal, F. & F.Y. 
Private, F. & F.Y. 

Private, A. & S.H., died Sept. 
1917 

Private. R.A.S.C. 

Private, R.F.A. 

Lieutenant, K.O.S.B., wounded 

Private, R.F.A. 

Lieutenant, R.N.D., killed Aug. 

1915 
Lieutenant, R. N. R., H. M. S. 

Dryad 



Doig, A. M., Carlton Place 
Donald, W. S., Park Cottages 
Donnon, Alex., Carruth 
Donnon, John, Carruth 
Drummond, Mai., Tandlebrae 
Duff, Archibald, Mathernock 
Dunbar, Robert, 
Elder, James L., Craigmarloch 
Elliot, Samuel, Rosebank Ter. 
Elliot, John, Rosebank Ter. 

Elliot, David, Rosebank Ter. 
Elliot, Thomas, Rosebank Ter. 
Elliot, James, Rosebank Ter. 

Farquhar, J. Oswald, Moss-syde 

Feenie, James, chauffeur 
Fergie, Hamilton, The Mill 
Feroqe, David, The Mill 
Fergie, Richard, The Mill 
Fergie, Charles, The Mill 
Ferguson, David, The Moorings 
Ferguson, George, The Moorings 
Ferguson, James, The Moorings 
Ferguson, Andrew, Muirshiels 
Ferguson, James, Norval Place 
Ferguson, John, Market Place 
Findlay, J. G., Overton Terrace 
Fletcher, Malcolm, Strathmore 

Fletcher, Richard, Norval Place 
Fraser, John, Pennytersal 
Fullarton, Robert, Thornwood 
Fulton, John, Overton Farm 
Fulton, Douglas, Paisley 



Private, R.A.S.C, M.T. 

Private, Can., killed June 1917 

Private, R.S. 

Private, R.F.A. 

Trooper, O.O.Y., wounded 

Private, S.H., killed March 191 5 

Private, S.H. 

Corporal, R.A.S.C. 

Private, G.H. 

Private, A. & S.H., killed April 
191 7 

Private, A. & S.H. 

Sergeant, G.H. 

Private, G.H. 

Lieutenant, O.O.Y., killed March 
1918 

Private, R.A.S.C. 

Private, R.A.S.C. 

Lance-Corporal, R.A.S.C. 

Private, Can., killed Sept. 1916 

Private, R.A.S.C, M.T. 

Sergeant, H.L.I., wounded 

Corporal, H.L.I., wounded 

Private, R.F.A. 

Lance-Corporal, Aus. 

Private, A. &. S.H. 

Private, H.L.I. 

Private, R.E. 

Lieutenant, H.L.I., killed Oct. 
1917 

Private, H.L.I., wounded 

Private, A. & S.H. 

Major, R.A.M.C. 

Private, R.F.A. 

Lieutenant, R.A.F., wounded 



Galbraith, Samuel, Louvain 
Galbraith, Ian K., Louvain 
Galbraith, Gilbert, Glencairn PI. 
Galbraith, Thomas, Stewart PI. 
Galbraith, Neil, Stewart Place 
Galbraith, Neil, Chalet 
Gardner, James, Gasworks Cottage 
Gault, Robert, High Street 
Gibson, Thomas, Railway Cottages 
Gibson, John M., St James' Ter. 
Gillespie, Dugald, Burnside Ter. 

Gordon, Adam, Market Place 

Gordon, Alex., Overton Terrace 
Graham, J. Wilfred, Crofthill 

Graham, W. Bryce, Crofthill 
Grainger, George, Mountblow 
Grandison, James, Rosebank Ter. 
Gray, John, Glencairn Place 
Gray, John, Hope Place 
Gray, James, Low Shells 
Gray, Ham., Low Shells 
Greenlees, George D., St Vincent 

Gregory, Alex., Dunedin 
Gregory, James, Dunedin 
Gregory, William S., Dunedin 

Gregory, John B., Dunedin 
Gregory, Andrew D., Dunedin 
Guthrie, Robert L., Barranca 
Guy, Philip L. O., Yeats 



Lieutenant, A. & S.H. 

Lieutenant, H.L.I. 

Lance-Corp., S.H., wounded 

Private, R.E. 

Private, S.H., wounded 

Private, S.H., wounded 

Private, H.L. I., prisoner 

Private, R.A.S.C. 

Private, Blue Cross 

Private, S.H. 

Private, H.L. I., Military Medal, 
killed Aug. 191 8 

Private, R.F.A., Military Medal, 
wounded 

Private, C. H. 

Lieutenant, H.L.I., "missing" 
Dec. 19 14 

Major, R.F.A. 

Seaman, R.N., H .M.S. Jupiter 

Private, R.A.S.C. 

Private, R.A.S.C. 

Private, R.S. 

Private, A. & S.H., wounded 

Private, R.F.A. 

Lieutenant, R.H., killed Dec. 

1917 
Lieutenant, R.S'. 
Capt, R.A.M.C, Surgeon, R.N. 

Private, H.L.I., Corporal, A. P. C, 
wounded 

Lieutenant, A. & S.H. 

Lieutenant, R.S.F. 

Lieut. -Colonel, H.L.I., O.B.E, 

Lieutenant, M.G.C. 



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Haig, David, Rockmount 
Haig, Harry, Rockmount 
Halley, Peter, Crookhill 
Hamilton, Malcolm, baker 
Hankinson, Robert, Glenmill 
Hankinson, William, Glenmill 
Hart, Thomas, baker 
Harvey, Richard, High Street 

Harvey, Arthur, High Street 
Harvey, John, High Street 
Hassan, Angus, Market Place 
Hattrick, John, St James' Ter. 
Hendry, Patrick W., Mandala 
Hendry, William, Norval Place 
Hendry, Charles, Woodholm 
Hill, Matthew, Branxholm 
Holmes, J. Fyfe, Pyrmont 

Houston, John M., Finlayston 
Howat, George, Scott's Land 
Hyslop, William, Meadowbank 



Lieutenant, R.N.D. 

Private, Can., wounded 

Lieutenant, R.H., wounded 

Private, R.A.S.C. 

Private, R.G.A. 

Private, Herts. 

Private, R.A.S.C. 

Sergeant, C.H., Military Medal, 
wounded 

Private, R.H., Military Medal 

Private, H.C.C. 

Private, R.A.S.C. 

Private, Aus. 

Brig.-General, H.L.I. 

Private, R. H., killed Feb. 191 7 

Sergeant, Can. 

Lieutenant, A. & S.H. 

Lieutenant, H. L. I., Military 
Cross, "missing" Mar. 1918 

Lieutenant, 11th Hussars 

Private, K.O.S.B. 

Driver, R.F.A. 



Jack, Wallace, Shawfield 
Jackson, Alan, Craigielea 
Jamieson, Charles, Burnside PI. 
Jamieson, Adam, Newhall 



Lieutenant, S.R., wounded 
Lieutenant, R.S., wounded 
Seaman, R.N., H.M.S. Quail 
Trooper, S.H., wounded 



Keenan, James, Finlaystone 
Kelleher, Christopher, Market PI. 

Kerr, Joseph, Cauldside 
Kinloch, James, Ellenbank 
Kyle, Thomas, Hydro 



Private, S.G., killed 191 5 
Seaman, R.N., H.M.S. Path- 
finder, killed Sept. 19 14 

Private, G.H. 
Private, A. & S.H. 
Lance-Corporal, R.G.A. 



20 



Laird, Daniel, Turnerston 
Laird, A. C, Turnerston 

Laird, William, Overton Cottage 
Laird, Alex., Overton Cottage 
Laird, John, Greenside 
Lamont, John, Burnside Place 
Lamont, Robert, Burnside Place 
Lamont, Norman, Stewart Place 
Lang, John, Planetreeyetts 
Lang, Arthur, Planetreeyetts 

Lang, Robert, Barnshake 
Lang, Arthur, Fairfield 

Lawrie, Andrew, chauffeur 
Lennie, Edmund, Overton Terrace 
Leven, James, Octavia Bldgs. 
Leven, Alex., Stewart Place 
Lochhead, A. W., Chalet 
Lochhead, John, Chalet 
Lochhead, Gavin, Chalet 
Lochhead, William, Burnside Ter. 
Lockie, James, Butcher 
Loftus, H., Hope Place 
Logue, William, High Street 

M 'Arthur, Duncan, Woodend 
M 'Arthur, John, Woodend 
Macaulay, Charles, Meadowbank 
M'Ausland, James, Mansefield 
M'Callum, Donald, Laird's Land 
M'Clure, Stewart, Laird's Land 
Macrae, Alex., Burndale Terrace 
M 'Crone, Robert, Craigallion 



Lieutenant, H.L.I., wounded 

Lieutenant, R.H. and R.A.F., 
killed Nov. 1916 

Private, R.S.F., died July 19 18 

Private, R.F.A. 

Private, R.F.A., killed July 1917 

Private, S.R. 

Private, R.A.S.C. 

Private, A. & S.H. 

Private, P.P. Can., wounded 

Sergeant, P.P. Can., Military 
Medal 

Private, A. & S.H. 

Lieutenant, A. & S.H., killed 
Aug. 1 9 16 

Private, R.A.S.C. 

Private 

Corporal, S.A. 

Private, R.A.S.C. 

Lieutenant, Northants. 

Signaller, M.G.C. 

Private, R.F.A. 

Private, H. L.I. , killed July- 1916 

Private, Q.O.Y., killed 19 18 

Private, R.A.S.C. 

Private, R.N.R. 

Private, R.E. 

Private, R.S.F., killed May 19 16 

Private, H.L.I. 

Corporal, R.A.S.C. 

Private, R.A.S.C. 

Private, S.R., Military Medal 

Private, C.S.R., killed Aug. 1918 

Captain, R.E., Military Cross, 
Croix de Guerre 



21 






M'Coll, W. K., Hope Place 
M'Diarmid, Arch., Schaw Bldgs. 
M'Diarmid, John, Glencairn Place 

M 'Donald, Alex., Auchenfoil 
M 'Donald, Donald, Overton Ter. 
M 'Donald, Alex., Railway Cottages 
M 'Donald, Charles, Railway Cott. 
Macdougall, Stewart, Rosebank Ter. 
Macdougall, J., Rosebank Ter. 
Macdougall, Alex., Blackwater 
Macfarlane, P. C, Suncourt 
M'Farlane, Ham., Burnside Ter. 
M'Farlane, Wm., Burnside Ter. 
M'Ginty, Thomas, Old Schoolhouse 
M 'Glynn, Peter, Clachers 
M'Gowan, Donald 
Macgregor, Duncan, Milton 
M'Innes, John, Duchal 
M'Innes, Arch., Duchal 
M'Kee, W. M., Rosebank Ter. 
M'Kee, William, Rosebank Ter. 
M-Kee, John M., Rosebank Ter. 
M'Kee, Charles, Rosebank Ter. 
M'Kee, Robert, Burnside Terrace 
M'Kee, William, Norval Place 
M'Kellar, Arch., May Cottage 
Mackenzie, Alec, Mount Ida 
Mackenzie, Harry, Police Station 
Mackinnon, Sam., Redcliffe 
Mackinnon, John, Rosebank Ter. 
M'Lauchlan, John, Norval Place 
Maclay, J. W., Eastwood 
Maclay, Ebenezer, Duchal 
Maclay, W. S., Duchal 

22 



Sapper, S.A. 

Private, R.A.S.C. 

Corporal, R.F., Military Medal, 
prisoner 

Private, R.F.A. 

Private, C.H., killed Sept. 1916 

Private, L.S. 

Private, C.H. 

Private, H.C.B. 

Lance-Corp., R.H. and M.G.C. 

Lieutenant, S.G., wounded 

Lieut.-Colonel, R.F.A. 

Private, R.H. 

Private, S.H. 

Private, S.R., wounded 

Private, R.A.S.C. 

Private, R.F.A. 

Private, H.L.I., killed Aug. 191 6 

Private, S.R., killed May 1916 

Private, M.M.G.C. 

Private, A.O.C. 

Private, H.L. I., killed Nov. 191 7 

Private, C.H., killed May 19 17 

Private, A. & S. H. 

Private, H.L. I., killed Nov. 19 17 

Seaman, R.N.D. 

Private, R.A.S.C. 

Lieutenant, R.S.F., wounded 

Private, S.H. 

Captain, C. H., wounded 

Private, R.E. 

Private, S.H. 

Lieutenant, S.R., killed June 191 5 

Captain, S.R., killed April 191 8 

Lieutenant, S.R., killed June 1915 



Maclay, Joseph, Duchal 
M'Minn, J. B., Garth Lodge 
M'Minn, S.A., Rosebank Ter. 
Macnab, Jack, St Fillans 
Macnab, Alec, St Fillans 

M'Naughtan, F. C, St James' Ter. 
M'Neill, Arch., Auchenhalrig 

M'Pherson, Neil, Up. Port Glasgow 
M'Pherson, Alex., Up. Port Glasgow 
MacRobert, Harry, Lynton 
MacRobert, Jack, Clifton 
Maitland, W. E., Duncrag 

Maitland, George F., Duncrag 
Maitland, Joe, Duncrag 
Magurn, John, Rachel Place 
Maxwell, William, Glencairn PL 

Menzies, Arch., Lyle Buildings 
Miller, James H., Viewfield 
Miller, Peter, Burnhouse 

Miller, Peter, Market Place 
Miller, John, Market Place 
Miller, James, Market Place 
Miller, David, Church Place 
Miller, Charles D., Norwood 
Milloy, James, Rachel Place 
Moodie, Clement, baker 
Morton, Robert, Sherwood 
Mowat, John M., Branxton 

Munro, Charles, Gorse Cottage 
Murray, John C, Norval Place 



Lieutenant, R.A.F. 

Lieutenant, R.G.A. 

Private, R.E. 

Lieutenant, A. &S.H., wounded 

Lieutenant, R.F.A., killed Oct. 
1918 

Private, R.S. 

Lieutenant, A. & S.H., killed 
March 19 16 

Private, C.H. 

Private, C.H., died prisoner, 19 17 

Captain, H.L.I. 

Captain, A. & S. H., wounded 

Lieutenant, R.H., killed Dec. 
1914 

Lieutenant, H.L.I. 

Private, Aus. 

Private, A. & S.H., wounded 

Lance-Corp., A. & S.H., killed 
July 1915 

Lieutenant, R.N.R. 

Lieutenant, R.N.V.R. 

Private, H.L.I., "missing" Sept. 

1918 
Private, S.R. 
Private, R.M.E. 
Private, R.A.F. 
Private, A. & S.H. 
Captain, A. & S.H. 
Private, Aus. 
Private, C.H., wounded 
Lieutenant, H.L.I. 

Lieutenant, R.A.F., killed Jan. 
1917 

Private, R.F.A., wounded 

Private, I.W.M.T. 



23 



Murray, Thomas, Norval Place 
Murray, Robert, Norval Place 



Private, H.L.I., wounded 
Private, A. & S.H. 



Naismith, Walter, St James' Ter. 

Nau, Jack, Rosemount 
Neville, W. S„ Ellersleigh 

Nicholson, John, Kessington 
Nisbet, Thomas, Carlton Place 



Private, A. & S.H., killed April 
1917 

Private, S.H., U.S.A. 

Lieutenant, R.G.A., "missing" 
Sept. 191 6 

Writer, R.N., H.M.S. Shannon 

Lance-Corp., H.L.I., "missing" 
14th April 1 91 8 



Oliver, Harry, Rosebank Ter. 



Private, R.A.M.C., wounded 



Pattison, Robert M., Drimnamona 

Pattison, J. W. H., Drimnamona 
Paterson, J. Russell, St Mary's 
Plage, D. MacDonald, Carlton PI. 
Plage, John P., Carlton Place 
Proudfoot, Robert, Chauffeur 



Lieutenant, S. R., " missing " 
June 1915 

Major, S.R. 

Lieutenant, H.L.I., prisoner 

Lieutenant, East Surrey 

Chief Engineer, Transport 

Private, R.A.S.C. 



Quigley, Hugh, Burnside Place 
Quinn, Patrick, Post Office 
Ramsay, Gilbert A., Greenock 

Ramsay, Robert, Meadowfield 
Rennie, James, High Street 
Ritchie, John, Burndale Terrace 
Ritchie, George, Burndale Ter. 
Ritchie, Thomas, Stewart Place 

Ritchie, William, Stewart Place 
Robb, George, Rosebank Terrace 



Private, L.C. 

Sergt.- Major, R.H., killed 191 5 

Private, 6th H.L.I., killed Aug. 

1915 
Private, R.A.S.C. 
Lance-Corporal, R.F.A. 
Lieutenant, R.B., wounded 
Private, R.G.A. 

Sergeant, R.G.A., killed Sept. 
1918 

Private, Scot. Horse, wounded 

Seaman, R.N., killed Sept. 1918 



24 



Robertson, Raymond, Moorcote 

Robertson, Alex. C, Burnside Ter. 
Robertson, John, Burnside Ter. 
Robertson, C. Donald, Magdala 
Robinson, Harry, 
Rogers, John C, St Leonard's 
Robson, James F., Grafton 
Ross, Donald, Low Shells 
Rowan, John L., The Croft 

Rowan, Hugh S., The Croft 
Roxburgh, William, Leperston 
Roxburgh, John, Leperston 
Russell, David, Strathtyrum 

Sands, James, Carseknowe 
Scott, Charles G., Ingledene 

Scott, William, Market Place 
Scott, James, Norval Place 
Scott, John, Lyle Buildings 
Scott, James, Lyle Buildings 
Scott, J. L., Rosebank Terrace 
Scott, N., Rosebank Terrace 
Semple, Robert E., Tweede 
Service, Malcolm V., Northernhay 
Shaw, Neil, Octavia Buildings 
Sheridan, A. C, Lyle Buildings 
Sheridan, D. H., Lyle Buildings 
Sheridan, And. G., Lyle Buildings 
Sim, James, Duchal Lodge 
Sinclair, Kenneth, The Croft 
Sinclair, John 
Smith, James, Miltonlea 
Smith, W. C, Miltonlea 



Major, R.F.A., D.S.O., Military 
Cross 

Private, C.H., wounded 

Private, C.H., wounded 

Lieutenant, A. & S.H., wounded 

Private, S.H. 

Captain, R. E. 

Corporal, Pay Office 

Private, Can. 

Lieutenant, A. & S.H., killed 
July 1915 

Major, R.G.A., Military Cross 

Corporal, R.S.F. 

Private, H.L.I. 

Private, C.H. 

Private, S.H., killed July 1916 

Lieutenant, A. & S.H., killed 
Oct. 19 16 

Private, C.H. 

Private, Aus. 

Private, S.A. 

Private, Can. 

Lance-Corporal, R.A.S.C., M.T. 

Private, King's, Liverpool 

Lieutenant, H.L.I. 

Lieutenant, R.F.A. 

Private, C.H. 

Private, H.L.I., killed Sept. 1918 

Private, S.H., wounded 

Sergeant, A.E.F. 

Private, R.S.F. 

Private, R.F. Sportsmen 

Private, S.R. 

Private, N.Z. Rifles 

Private, Can., wounded 



2 5 



Smith, Wm., Rosebank Terrace 
Smith, John, Low Shells 
Sommerville, Wm., vanman 
Sommerville, Charles, Burnside Ter. 
Speirs, William, Burnside Terrace 
Steven, Thomas J., Heathfield 
Stevenson, Dr C. K., Englewood 
Stewart, James, Rosebank Ter. 
Stewart, John, Rosebank Ter. 
vStewart, William, Carlton Place 
Stewart, Thomas, Rosebank Ter. 
Stewart, Robert, Finlaystone 
Stirling, Richard, The Moorings 
Stirling John D. A., The Moorings 
Stoddart, William, Overton Ter. 
Stoddart, R. J., Nursery 
Strachan, Andrew, Auchendores 

Strathie, Robert, Barnsford 
Struthers, William, Stewart Place 
Stuart, Jas. Gibb, Mossgiel 
Stuart, Walter Gibb, Mossgiel 
Stuart, John Gibb, Mossgiel 
Stuart, William Gibb, Mossgiel 

Sturgeon, John, Low Shells 
Swan, James, Norval Place 
Swan, Arch., Norval Place 

Telfer, Colin, Low Shells 
Telfer, Andrew, Glencairn Place 
Tennent, Adam, Broomknowe 
Todd, Gourley, Rosslee 
Tuckwell, John H. G., Rhuarden 



Turner, William, Post Office 



Private, R.F.A. 
Private, Ayr. Yeo. 
.Private, R.F.A. 

Private, S.H., killed March 1918 
Private, R.H. 
Lieutenant, C.H. 
Lieutenant, R.A.M.C. 
Private, R.F.A., wounded 
Private, R.F.A. 
Private, R.E. 

Private, G.H., killed July 191 8 
Private, S.H. 

Lieutenant, R.N.R., wounded 
Private, Can. 
Private, R.F.A. 

Private, Can., killed Nov. 1918 
Private, K.O.S.B., killed Sept. 

1915 
Lieutenant, A. & S.H. 

Corporal, R.F.A., prisoner 

Private, H.L.I., killed July 1916 

Private, Q.O.Y. 

Sergeant, R.H., wounded 

Private, R.H., Military Medal, 
Serbian Cross 

Private, S.R. 

Private, N.F., wounded 

Private, R.S. 

Private, S.R. 

Private, N.Z. 

Driver, R.A.S.C, M.T. 

Lieutenant, R.A.F. 

Lieutenant, A. & S.H., killed 
March 1918 

Private, R.N.D., killed 191 5 



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Vallance, Gerald, Oldlands 



Lieutenant, Somersets 



Walker, T. M., Sunnybank 
Walker, Norman L., Schoolhouse 
Walker, Lyll, Schoolhouse 
Walker, Duncan, Knockbuckle 
Walker, James, Knockbuckle 
Walker, John, Knockbuckle 
Walker, Alex., Knockbuckle 
Walker, Hector, Duchal Lodge 
Wallace, J. C, Heatheryknowe 
Wallace, Alex., Heatheryknowe 
Ward, James, blacksmith 
Watson, Alex., butcher 
Webster, William, Market Place 
Webster, John, Guy's Land 
Webster, Hugh, Low Shells 
Weir, Herbert J., Bellard 

Weir, Cecil M., Bellard 

White, John, Stanley Cottage 
White, William, Harelaw 
Whiteford, Robert, Lyle Buildings 
Whiteford, James, Lyle Buildings 

Whiteford, Alex., Overton Ten 
Whiteford, Peter, Overton Ter. 
Whiteford, John, Overton Ter. 
Whitelaw, H. V., Ryden 
Whitla, Thomas, Park Cottage 

Whitla, James, Guy's Land 
Whittet, James, Burnhouse 
Whittet, John, Burnhouse 
Wilson, W., Wimborne 



Major, R.F.A., D.S.O. 

Engineer, R.N., H.M.S. Revenge 

Private, T.C., wounded 

Private, S.H., wounded 

Private, Can. H., wounded 

Private, R.A.F. 

Private, R.F.A. 

Private, R.S.F. 

Captain, R.A.F., Military Cross 

Lieutenant, R.A.F. 

Private, R.A.S.C. 

Private, C.H., wounded 

Private, R.E. 

Private, G.H., wounded 

Piper, H.L.I. 

Lieutenant, Ayr. Yeo., killed 
Nov. 1 91 7 

Captain, Brigade Major, S.R., 
wounded, Military Cross 

Private, S.A. 

Private, C.H., killed 191 7 

Captain, Labour Corps 

Sergeant, H.L.I., Military Medal, 
wounded 

Sergeant, S.R. 

Private, A. & S.H. 

Private, R.A.F. 

Lieutenant, Sherwood Foresters 

Corporal, R.G.A., killed March 
1918 

Private, O.O.Y. 

Private, H.L.I. 

Sergeant, A. & S.H. 

Private, R.A.S.C. 



27 



Wilson, Arthur, Glenmill 
Wilson, John, Glenmill 
Wood, James A., Ardgowan 
Woodrow, Alex. H., Westfield 

Woodrow, Peter, Westfield 
Young, Robert, Rosemount 
Young, James, Rosemount 
Young, Andrew, Rachel Place 
Young, Robert, Market Place 
Young, Alex., Meadowbank 



Private, R.F.A., killed 1918 

Private, R.H., prisoner 

Lieutenant, A. & S.H. 

Private, A. & S.H., killed Oct. 
1916 

Private, Can. 

Private, H.L.I., wounded 

Private, H.L.I. 

Private, R.E. 

Private, R.E. 

Seaman, Transport, drowned 

Sept. 1918 



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ADDENDUM. 


Cum'mings, David, Church Place 


Private, R.A.S.C. 


Currie, William, Burnside Place 


Private, R.S.F. 


Dunlop, Johnston, Hydropathic 


Captain, Manchester Regiment. 


Gilliespie, William, Burnside Place 


Private, L.F. 


Halliday, Alexander, Belhaven 


Lieut., R.N.R. 


Halliday, Ian, Belhaven 


2nd. Lieut., H.L.I. 


Halliday, James, Belhaven 


Sub-Lieut., R.N. Transport. 


Kirkpatriclc, Alexander, Hope Place 


Private, R.H. 


M 'Bride, Lancelot G., Pentre Bychan 


Lieut., S.H., wounded. 


M'Cutcheon, J. W., Bellenden 


Lieut., R.S.F. 


MacLean, Allan, Rachel Place 


Private, R.A.F. 


MacLean, William, Rocklea 


Captain, R.E. 


Lang - , Archibald, Buchanan Arms 


Australians, wounded. 


Lang, John, Buchanan Arms 


Australians. 


Mowat, Ralph, Branxton 


Midshipman, R.N., H.M.S. Temeraite. 


Nau, John, Rosemount 


Private, U.S.A. Highlanders. 


Scott, James, Muirhouse 


Private, A. & S. H. 


Spalding, Donald, Glenburn Road 


Private, R.A.M.C. 


Taylor, David, Burnside Place 


Signalman, R.G. A. 







ABBREVIATIONS. 

A.E.F. American Expeditionary Force. 

A.O.C. Army Ordnance Corps. 

A.P.C. Army Pay Corps. 

A. & S.H. Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders. 

Aus. Australian Force. 

Can. Canadian Force. 

C.H. Cameron Highlanders. 

C.S.R. Civil Service Rifles. 

F. & F.Y. Fife and Forfar Yeomanry. 

G.H. Gordon Highlanders. 

H.C.C. Highland Cyclist Corps. 

H.L.I. Highland Light Infantry. 

H.M.S. His Majesty's Ship. 

I.W.M.T. Inland Water Motor Transport. 

K.O.S.B. King's Own Scottish Borderers. 

L. & B.H. Lothian and Border Horse. 

L.S. Lovat Scouts. 

M.G.C. Machine Gun Corps. 

M.M.G.C. Motor Machine Gun Corps. 

M.T. Motor Transport. 

N.F. Northumberland Fusiliers. 

N.Z. New Zealand Force. 

O.O.Y. Queen's Own Yeomanry. 

R.A.F. Royal Air Force. 

R.A.M.C. Royal Army Medical Corps. 

R.A.S.C. Royal Army Service Corps. 

R.E. Royal Engineers. 

R.F. Royal Fusiliers. 

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R.F.A. Royal Field Artillery. 

R.G.A. Royal Garrison Artillery. 

R.H. Royal Highlanders, Black Watch. 

R.M. Royal Marines. 

R.M.E. Royal Marine Engineers. 

R.N. Royal Navy. 

R.N.D. Royal Naval Division. 

RN.V.R. Royal Naval Volunteer Reserve. 

R.S. Royal Scots. 

R.S.F. Royal Scottish Fusiliers. 

S.A.F. South African Force. 

S.G. Scots Guards. 

S.H. Seaforth Highlanders. 

S.R. Scottish Rifles, Cameronians. 

T.C. Tank Corps. 



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